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LOS ANGELES, Calif. has died, his nephew said Thursday. Hillerman was 84.

Hillerman, who had been in declining health, died Thursday of natural causes at his home in Houston, nephew Chris Tritico said.

Besides playing manager of the Hawaiian estate that Magnum used as home base, Hillerman was known for his 1970s roles as arrogant radio show detective Simon Brimmer on the Queen series and the difficult boss on the sitcom Day at a Time. Hillerman decided to retire about 17 years ago, the actor born in Denison, Texas, returned to his native state and was content leaving Hollywood behind, said his nephew. He remembered his uncle,
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an Air Force veteran, fondly.

had an outstanding sense of humour and was one of the most well read people I ever met. You couldn play Scrabble with him, Tritico said.

As for that quasi British accent that Hillerman used on and elsewhere, his nephew said that was honed during several decades of playing varied roles on the New York stage before he turned to TV and movies.

Hillerman used something closer to his own voice in Mel Brooks Saddles, playing Howard Johnson, one of the comic Western many Johnsons. He appeared in a number of TV series, including Love Boat and Betty White Show, and in films including Last Picture Show and Plains Drifter. last credits included 1996 Very Brady Sequel and an early appearance on She Wrote. role of Higgins was his favourite, Tritico said.

reason he didn take another big role is he refused to take a sitcom after he said. wanted to continue doing the serious work that he felt was. survivors include a sister, Jo Ann Tritico, and seven nieces and nephews including Chris Tritico,
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a Houston attorney.

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The transformation to the Family Fare brand includes sushi bars, Starbucks kiosks, dedicated organic and natural foods sections, expanded deli counters with panini bars, wider craft beer selections and a store loyalty program.

The company will continue to operate 11 No Frills and six Bag ‘N Save stores in the Omaha market.

But the changes at the future Family Fare stores are designed to give the stores an edge in a highly competitive grocery market that’s seen new brands such as Walmart Neighborhood Market and Natural Grocers take market share from existing stores.

The Family Fare brand, new to Omaha, is familiar in Michigan, and SpartanNash has also introduced it recently in North Dakota. Family Fare signs will go up later this summer. The stores’ features are more along the lines of what Omahans have seen at Hy Vee and Baker’s, as those grocers also have upgraded their stores in recent years.

But Mark Griffin, SpartanNash’s vice president for Omaha retail stores, said Family Fare stores are smaller and more neighborhood oriented than those competitors.

“It’s intended to be the friendly, service oriented neighborhood grocery,” he said of Family Fare, which uses the tagline “Things are good here.”

Expanded areas of the stores are those where the supermarket industry is growing by serving customers’ desire for fresh and convenient foods, Griffin said. The growth comes at the expense of shelf space for packaged food in the center of the store.

He said customers will still be able to find bargains, pointing to a “Savings Zone” aisle and long term “price freezes” on staple items.

Stores being remodeled are Bag ‘N Saves at 50th and Grover and at 51st and Harrison, and No Frills at 820 N. Saddle Creek, at 204th and Pacific in the Elkhorn area, and in Papillion and Blair.

The No Frills in Elkhorn, only about five years old, didn’t need as much work as older stores closer to the center of Omaha,
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some of which are getting entirely new facades.

The stores are remaining open during remodeling, and while construction has slowed traffic, customers have shown they like the new offerings. Sales of sushi at the Elkhorn store that is made fresh several times a day already exceed expectations, Griffin said.

“I think they’re going to be more competitive, especially with Hy Vee,” said shopper Glenda Simmons, a substitute teacher. The store is closer to her Elkhorn home than the nearest Hy Vee, and she said she’s been shopping at it more since the remodel. She expects the new Starbucks cafe to get plenty of use from local high school students once it opens.

Natasha Hilsgen, shopping for hamburger on sale, likes seeing more ethnic food at the store, such as supplies for the stir frys she likes to make.

“I like going to a store that’s a little bit nicer, and having a better selection of certain items more organics and better quality meats,” she said.

But even if the features are what shoppers want, SpartanNash faces a challenge in getting shoppers to enter a store with an unfamiliar name.

“Without name recognition, you always have to fight an uphill battle at the start, and you only get one chance to make a first impression,” said David Livingston, a supermarket location research consultant.

Griffin agreed and said the company plans an advertising campaign and store opening events this summer.

The stores also are using historic photographs of the local area to convey a local feel, despite out of state ownership.

SpartanNash, also a wholesale food distributor, formed in 2013 in a merger of Spartan Stores and the Nash Finch Co. Nash Finch bought Omaha grocers Bag ‘N Save and No Frills in 2012. The company also operates a distribution center in Omaha.

SpartanNash has since closed five stores in the area. The closures were part of the company’s broader plans to close underperforming stores. Since SpartanNash formed,
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it has reduced its store count to 159 from 177. More closures may be coming: Company CEO Dennis Eidson said in March that he intends to close up to 10 stores this year.

“All that means absolutely nothing if we and our people don’t deliver a great experience in the store.”.

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Illinois man struck by car on Coast Highway

September 12, 2011

A male pedestrian was hit by a car at the corner of Coast Highway and Aster Street late Thursday night. During the altercation he told her she was leaving and ran across Coast Highway when traffic was not at a stop. He was hit by a vehicle traveling south and was thrown into the air. He landed on the hood of a car traveling the opposite direction in the left turn lane. He seriously injured his left arm, had a laceration on his head and was scraped up. Coast Hwy. closed its doors last week. A paper sign in the window says “Sorry, moved to Corona del Mar. 2929 E. Coast Hwy. ” Another location at 2900 Harbor Blvd. in Costa Mesa closed this week. Calls to the restaurant went unanswered Friday. KFC is across the street from Mosun Sushi Sake / Club M, which also abruptly closed last month. Coffee shop swap Passersby may have noticed the new paint on the space that was once occupied by Java T Go at 980 N. Coast Hwy. Monday on Coast Highway in South Laguna after a suspected drunken driver allegedly hit three parked cars near West Street, Laguna Beach Police Sgt. Jason Kravetz said. traffic was reported backed up all the way to Diamond Street. The driver, who was injured, allegedly fled the scene but was taken into custody and transported to Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo, Kravetz said. Thursday, sewage began to leak from a transmission main located underneath Coast Highway near Center Street, Laguna Beach City Manager Ken Frank wrote in press releases. The ruptured line transports raw sewage from central Laguna Beach to a treatment plant in Aliso Canyon. The volume of the spill is about 50 gallons per minute. Councilwoman Toni Iseman has proposed an underground walkway that would connect Broadway to Main Beach by cutting underneath Coast Highway. Iseman claims the walkway would reduce the amount of traffic clogging city streets in the summer and on weekends by cutting down on the number of pedestrians. July 5: Dedication and reception for public art at the new public parking facility and maintenance yard at 1900 Laguna Canyon Road. Free admittance for residents to three summer festivals during Art Walk. Coast Highway

April 30, 2014

A woman was hospitalized after two cars collided on South Coast Highway on Friday morning, Laguna Beach police said. in the 2400 block when a 24 year old San Clemente woman, who was driving a Toyota Corolla, made an illegal U turn from the northbound side of South Coast Highway north of Upland Road, Sgt. Louise Callus wrote in an email. A 62 year old Laguna Beach man driving a Chevrolet Volt hit the Corolla, sending the car across southbound lanes, police said.

Commentary: Traffic free Laguna is unrealistic for real people

By Sandi Cain February 27, 2014

Columnist Billy Fried has gone a bit too far with his vision for Laguna Beach transportation (” The dream of a traffic free Laguna,” Feb. 21). Most municipalities that have some of the services he mentions are large cities with multiple and sometimes even parallel wide streets that can be alternately configured to accommodate everything from pedestrians, bikers and skateboarders to, possibly, small hovercraft. Unfortunately, Laguna Beach does not have such roadways, and the two main arteries in and out of Laguna are not 100% controlled by the city.
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